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What's Happening When Our Joints Crack And Is It Bad?

We’ve all had the experience of standing up and hearing a loud pop in our back or hip, or trying to tiptoe through the house only to have our foot make a cracking sound each time we take a step. So what’s happening in our joints when this happens, and is it a bad sign? What if we purposefully crack our knuckles? Will we get arthritis like our parents used to tell us? More »      
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Click here for reuse options! Will cracking our knuckles give us arthritis like our parents used to say? We’ve all had the experience of standing up and hearing a loud pop in our back or hip, or trying to tiptoe through the house on...

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